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I am a newbie here, but so far I LOVE this program. I have already lost 9.5 Lbs, and I am super motivated to stay on the plan, but PEOPLE! THESE PANCAKES! I want to like them, I do! Hell, I want to loooove the pancakes. I am a pancake lover, but Oh My God these are bad! I can't even figure out what it is that is so gross about them, but they are nasty. I know that I could simply not order them but hey! They're PANCAKES! who doesn't love pancakes?! First I tried them with the WaldenFarms syrup. I was totally not diggin' the caramel colored water, so I purchased some Smucker's sugar free instead. That helped with the next batch, but in all reality, it doesn't matter how much you put on a pancake- if it stinks, then there is no help for it!...

Can anyone give me any suggestions on how to make these better????.


Comments (88)

Your question was: How to make Nutrisystem pancakes better?.

Try making one of the recipes with the pancakes. Paul's Bundt Cake is great. I also like making Mock McGriddle Sandwiches...

Comment #1

I love the pancakes and eat them as pancakes a lot but there are many reciipes to make with them. I use Smuckers or Maple Grove farms sugar free syrup. Can not use Walden's Farm..

Comment #2

Oh, Lynn, congrats on your weight loss so far!!..

Comment #3

LYNN congrats on your loss so far!! I like the pancakes. Can do so many things with them. one of my favorites is to mix in vanilla, splenda, cinnamon, nutmeg and 1/2 banana...

Comment #4

One good way to avoid syrups is to heat berries and top the pancakes with those!..

Comment #5

Try the strawberry crepes. I got this from the recipe club....delicious!.

Strawberry Crepes.

Category: Breakfast.

Here's a delicious on-program breakfast recipe from Nutrisystem member.

"nommo77", who says, "This is going to be my new Sunday morning ritualit was FABULOUS! Just like going out to eat.".

Makes two crepes; counts as breakfast entre + 1 fruit serving + free foods..


Nutrisystem Pancake Mix.

1/3 cup fat-free milk.

1/4 cup water.

1 tsp. vanilla.

1 cup frozen strawberries.


1. Prepare the Pancake Mix as directed, but also add cup of water and 1 tsp. vanilla..

2. Spread the batter very thin in a pan and cook..

3. Warm 1 cup frozen strawberries in the microwave..

4. Remove crepes from pan and fill with the berries and roll tight..

5. Top with sugar-free syrup and fat-free Cool Whip...

Comment #6


I love the pancakes, especially after seeing all those IHOP ads on tv lately. Sometimes I add a bit of dried fruit, but my all time favorite thing to do is to add a bit of almond flavoring that you'd use for baking. Hang in there!!..

Comment #7

I'm trying to figure out what it is you don't like about them. To me they taste like the pancakes I'd get other places. I love pancakes as well and I've never had a problem with them other than I seem to run out of mix all the time. Is there a particular pancake you like that you're used to? If so maybe you just need to find out how to replicate their flavor...

Comment #8

I love the pancakes too. I think that is a great idea to add flavored extracts into batter, will have to try. Good luck. Hope you find a flavor that works for you...

Comment #9

Love 'em as pancakes (with WF or any other SF syrup, but also with things like yogurt and berries - you can either put the berries in them or top them with the berries) but find them invaluable as cake mix. I am constantly trying some new variation of Paul's bundt cake...

Comment #10

I love the pancakes too. Try the Smuckers SF blueberry syrup. Really good. So many recipes to make using the pancake mix, I could have every morning..

Make pineapple pancakes. Add 1/3 c crushed pineapple to pancake batter. For my 1/3 c milk, I mix part milk and some pineapple juice for extra flavor. Then cook just like a pancake or could be baked like cake, haven't tried that yet...

Comment #11

I also enjoy them as "just" pancakes. But I LOVE them to make Christina Gray's Bacon/Cheddar/egg "muffins"...

Comment #12

Congrats! I am on my second week and I too love this program. I added 1 tsp of sugar free rasberry jam to my batter. You just have to play and doctor it up a bit. That is one thing I am learning, you become very inventive with your food on this program..

Comment #13

I just made peach muffins with the pancake mix. I diced half a peach, added a splash of vanilla, one sweet n low packet and a little less than the recommended milk. YUM!..

Comment #14

Hi All.

I have been a pancake lover since I was 5,the best iv'e had was a malt pancake mix I bought on-line from waffle house.That said I add a little vanilla extract to n/s pancake mix and they are really very good.I just wish I could eat about 12 or so.


Comment #15

I think this thread was just get everyone's good recipes for the pancake mix..

I like the blueberry pancakes layers with cream cheese mixed with splenda and cool whip and then topped with Blueberries cooked down into syrup with some splenda. I have this a splurge now and then..

Comment #16

Sure. They are fabulous! Sometimes I have a lunch bar for breakfast then make these, with a salad, for lunch. (These are a little darker because I made them using Christina's recipe for pancake mix...I had run out of the Nutrisystem mix...cuz I was eating these almost every day. ).

CHRISTINA GRAY's Bacon, Egg and Cheese Mini Buns.

1 Pancake Mix.

1/2 t. Baking Powder.

1 T. Oscar Mayer Real Bacon Bits.

1/4 c. FF Shredded Cheese.

1/3 c. FF Milk.

2 T. Eggbeaters.

Preheat oven or toaster oven to 425 degrees. I used a muffin pan that holds aprroximately 1/4 ciup of batter. Baking time and number of "buns" will depend on your pan..

In a bowl mix together all ingredients except for the eggbeaters..

Spray your pan with cooking spray.

Pour (or spoon) batter into cups. Top each with approximately 1/2 T. of eggbeaters.

Bake for about 12 - 14 minutes until puffed and slightly brown..

Note: Counts as your entree + protein. (Add ins add 85 calories and 15 grams protein)..

Comment #17

Since I'm in a picture posting mood - lol. Here's a picture of Paul's Bundt Cake. Another winner!..

Comment #18

My gosh those look great!!! Forget the Kashi..I'm grabbing one of my Nutrisystem pancake mixes and getting to work! I may just have to pull out my puff pan I haven't used in ages for those bacon cheddar egg muffins!..

Comment #19

Oh! Let me know how they work in the puff pan, please. I've been looking for an excuse to buy one of those...

Comment #20

It works pretty good once you get the knack of flipping them. But I just haven't been able to find a mini muffin pan for some reason (they sell out fast or something?) Which would probably be SO much easier...

Comment #21

I finished the pancakes and they were really good! I added a little vanilla and a packet of truvia. Then I put a handful of blueberries in them as they cooked. I used a little of the Walden Farms syrup, but the blueberries were so juicey I didn't need much. Yummy!!!..

Comment #22

Mimi, thanks for posting those pics! I sometimes need visual encouragement!..

Comment #23

I got mine on Amazon...but then, I get more everything I own on Amazon. lol I keep checking to see if they start selling men who want to have a cheap, tawdry affair with an old, married woman...

Comment #24

Wow, those recipes sound good! I had the pancakes last week and really enjoyed them....and they are on the counter now for this morning's breakfast. I'll have to try one of those recipes soon...

Comment #25

Jimrb66~I got malted pancake flour years ago at the state fair. Carried that empty box around for years looking for more. Finally gave up...just as good now that I'm on nutrisystem!..

Comment #26

I LOVE these. I actually made rosemary "shortbread" out of them for breakfast this morning (my favorite non-NS food)...

Comment #27

I really like the Nutrisystem Pancakes; I use pam spray in my skillet to make them then I put I can't believe it's not butter on them with Low Fat Log Cabin Syryp DELICIOUS tastes like a ordinary pancake try it...

Comment #28's my Bacon cheddar puffs using my puff pan. Thanks for the inspiration to go back to an oldy but goody!.

And here's a couple others I've made with the pancake mix.

Mini Pumpkin cake.

Banana caramel waffles..

Comment #29

My new favorite way to use the pancake mix is to make Christina's Blueberry Ricotta Danish recipes (with some modifications). I double the recipe and bake it in a small rectangle Pyrex pan and have it for two days. (one mess, two meals - my kind of cooking ). I have the danish with a serving of blueberries topped with 4 ounces of plain FF Fage Greek Yogurt. Very filling and very delicious!!.

Blueberry Ricotta Danish.

Counts as your entree, fruit and half a protein serving.

1 Nutrisystem Blueberry pancake mix.

2 tsp Splenda.

1/4 tsp baking soda.

2 tbsp dried blueberries (I leave these out).

1/4 tsp vanilla.

1/3 c buttermilk (I use sugar free vanilla almond milk instead).


2 tbsp light ricotta cheese (I use fat free).

2 tsp Splenda.

1 tsp pancake mix (dry, reserved from mix above).

1 tbsp SF blueberry jam.

Preheat oven or toaster oven to 400 degrees. Spray a single serve cassarole dish with cooking spray. Mix together the filling ingredients in a small bowl and the batter ingredients in a seperate bowl. Pour the batter into the cassarole dish and top with the ricotta. I just drop it on top by spoonfuls staying about a half inch from the edges. Top ricotta mixture with the blueberry jam.

Let cool before eating. I pop mine in the freezer for a few minutes to cool off fast!!..

Comment #30

I love the pancakes. I order 10 plain, and 10 blueberry. And I have a recipe that isn't on the diet plan that are fabulous pancakes. It calls for buttermilk, oatmeal etc. You would never use a mix again. But they are for regular people not on N/S..

I like the breakfasts, lunch but the dinners are something else. Pizza's are good.....

Good luck, keep with works....I am 42 lbs. down and many more to go...

Comment #31

Just add a tiny bit of Splenda and a tiny bit of baking powder. I also mix up an egg and pour a tablespoon into the mix too!..

Comment #32

For the newbies here.....

I don't know if that's Fat Free Cool Whip or not in those photos. If so, there is more there than constitutes a free food. A free food is anything 20 calories or fewer, and we are allowed up to three per day, not all at once. 2 tablespoons (that would be a level tablespoon) of FF Cool Whip is one free food. If that is FF Cool Whip, that's more than two...

Comment #33

Yes It's FF coolwhip for the newbies...As a NS'er I wouldn't use anything else...thanks for eyeballing my serving and noting it may be over 2tbsp..(for the serving police in here I can't remember if I measured it, but since I rarely use my three freebies...sue me for the xtra FF coolwhip NSeater)....OH and 1tbsp of egg beaters (which I DID Measure) does NOT count as a protein...Just sayin..

Comment #34

I was referencing this post, Ginger, which didn't state Eggbeaters..

Hence my separate paragraph. Just sayin'..

I do measure out FF Cool Whip, and from eyeballing it in your photos, that's more..

I'm not criticizing you, Ginger; just don't want the newbies to think that much is on program...

Comment #35

Right...wouldn't want them to use my pic as a reference picture for a serving size on FF coolwhip as opposed to looking it up in their meal planner. So to all newbies out there...please DO NOT eyeball up my serving size of FF coolwhip there in my pics which I'm sure you were all thinking to yourselves..."HEY let me use this pic as my reference for a coolwhip serving". PLEASE reference your meal planner for the appropriate serving size for a freebie FF coolwhip serving (2 TBSP=15 calories OR 2.66 TBSP if you REALLY want to get that 20 calorie freebie in). And please make sure they are LEVEL TBSP as this is on plan. OTHERWISE you may have the coolwhip serving police on your a$$ which I would NOT want on my hands. Thank you...

Comment #36

A tablespoon of egg is not a protein serving. If you want to be anal about it, it would be a free food......

Comment #37

Good G-d, it's coolwhip, people. Ginger your pictures look delicious, and while I might have wanted the recipes, I wouldn't reference someone's picture for a garnish serving guide.

And if you want to get really technical, FF coolwhip has 15cal for 2tbsp. So technically you can have 2.5tbsp for a free food. Ginger your serving looks fine to me...

Comment #38

You're absolutely right, m2marsh. Sorry about that....I somehow just read it as you mix up the egg (entire egg) into the mix. I just didn't see the tablespoon part. Thanks for your correction to my post. I will go back and edit my original..

Ginger, your photos do look good. But without explaining how you are counting things, I think it's easy to mislead people who haven't been on program long. Hence, my post. And hence my correction to it that I'll make per m2marsh's remarks. I have no problem at all making things right so nobody is misled...

Comment #39

OK then, for the newbies benefit a tablespoon of egg is approximately 21 calories. That would be a free food. And since most of you fall well short on your allowable 100 calorie per serving dairy/portein, I wouldn't even bother to count this as a free food...

Comment #40

True enough. It's more than that amount, too. 2.5 level tbsp. isn't much! I wish it were more..

And yes, it's FF Cool Whip for gosh sakes...but those free foods add up, and then people complain about why Nutrisystem isn't working or is working so slowly. I don't see a problem clarifying what's allowed on the program for the new people. I'm sorry if others do...

Comment #41

Apparently the same cops having been staking both of us out!..

Comment #42

I'm not a copI'm trying not to have people misled on the program. Those free foods add up. I'm sorry people are so easily offended. No offense was intended, just clarification. Sheesh. And I purposely addressed the newbies to clarify for them. For those who know the program, I don't care how much FF Cool Whip you use; it's your weight loss, or not...

Comment #43

Since we're posting pictures.

Pancake with Just Blueberries added to it. Topped with 1 tbsp ff cream cheese and melted sugar free blueberry preserves. (Served with 1/2 cup egg beaters).

Chocolate muffins served with ff ricotta cheese mixed with sugar free strawberry preserves. (recipe).

Christina Gray's Egg Puffs.

Blueberry Muffins (see chocolate muffins but switch cocoa powder for dried blueberries).

Pancake with 2 tbsp ff cream cheese and melted sugar free apricot preserves..

Pancake wit cocoa powder added and topped with 1 tbsp ff cream cheese and sugar free raspberry preserves...

Comment #44

I'm not a huge fan of the pancakes, but I put in a little PB2 and make peanut butter pancakes, then top with WF chocolate syrup. It's yummy!..

Comment #45

Sorry NS.....I would delete it but you've already quoted me. I don't like controversy or arguing...Only do it when you reply to one of my posts negatively or criticizing, as opposed to appearing constructive such as PamSB's posts to the newbies. Have a nice day...

Comment #46

LMAO I'm actually very easy going and usually quiet...sorry on a PANCAKE thread no less. I'm so embarrassed now lol..

Comment #47

Hey, I totally get the defense. You were attacked over a technicality, would've upset me too. But haha, yeah, I do feel bad for the OP..they're probably going to be confused if they come back...

Comment #48

LOL - I'll delete my post where I quoted you if you delete your post!..

Comment #49

I hope this is okay to say, cuz you have to know, I am saying this with a little giggle inside...but, shoot man...and here I thought all the fireworks were on RHONJ!.

Ps I think you're all great and as far as I can tell, everyone just wants to be helpful...and speaking as a newbie, I totally appreciate it. Now, if you will excuse me, I must go and pick up some wink wink Boar Head roast beef in place of my too many servings of PB2 (which a couple of very thoughtful vets pointed out that maybe I was using it a bit too much)...oh, and life is not just about PB2. HAGD and thanks for your time!..

Comment #50

Well, now my post looks silly! Gosh, I love this place...

Comment #51

Mine's done too!.

Wasn't meaning to be critical really!..

Comment #52

LOL no it doesn't!! Welcome to NS!! All BB madness aside I love Nutrisystem and everyone IS here to help. I learn something new all the time. Good luck reaching your goals. And PB2 IS amazing..

Comment #53

Getting back to pancakes...I usually dont like sweet for breakfast so this morning I made the McGriddle sandwich...altho I actually make it into 2 tiny slider size sandwiches...easier to eat - delicious - pancakes/eggbeaters/turkey bacon/FF cheese..

Comment #54

The pancakes rock! That bundt cake recipe sounds good.....I'm no pastry chef, but I have to try that...

Comment #55

Can you please make this for me? I'm terrible in the kitchen! Unless I'm eating. I'm good at that. Really good...

Comment #56

Everyone's photos and recipes look/sound wonderful. To the OP, I don't mind the pancake mix "as is", but DH hated it! We were whole grain people pre-NS (just too much of it among other things LOL), so I usually add some wheat bran or wheat germ to the pancake mix to make it seem less "fluffy" and more substantial for him (you'd have to check your packages for stats, and yes, I only use enough for a free food LOL). That being said, the little bacon cheddar biscuits and the bundt cake are really good..

Comment #57

I almost hate to do this, but you've got 3 protein add-ins in one meal. How does that fit?..

Comment #58

Michelle, when I make this (and the recipe is in the Recipe Club), the egg beaters (30-50 cals), FF cheese (25 cals) and canadian bacon (10-15 cals) (what the orig recipe calls for) all add up to one dairy/protein...

Comment #59

Just my first guess... the turkey bacon and eggbeaters could easily fit into 1 protein. I've seen people mention ff cheese slices before that are pretty low in calories as well and could be a free food potentially...

Comment #60

Here is the recipe. The syrup is the free food. As written, the dairy/protein is 30 cals for the egg beaters, 25-30 cals for the FF cheese, depending on the brand and 10-15 cals for the bacon, depending on the brand. The milk is part of the entree. I love this sandwich..


Loredanas Pancake Breakfast SandwichCategory: BreakfastNutrisystem member Loredana (aka: CURVYITALIANA) modeled this breakfast sandwich after one shed loved at a fast food restaurant. This Nutrisystem-friendly version, she says, is fabulous, filling, and tastes just like the real thing. We suspect youll agree!.

Counts as 1 breakfast entre + 1 protein serving + free food.


1 Nutrisystem Pancake Mix.

1/3 cup fat-free milk (Loredana uses light vanilla soy milk, but its fine to use regular milk).

1 to 2 tablespoons sugar-free syrup.

1 slice cooked Canadian bacon.

1 slice fat-free American cheese.

Cup Egg Beaters (or similar product).


1. In a small bowl, add milk to pancake mix, and stir until completely blended.

2. Swirl syrup into the pancake batter.

3. Scramble the Egg Beaters in a small pan sprayed with non-stick cooking spray.

4. Pour half the pancake batter into a small skillet sprayed with non-stick cooking spray and cook according to package directions.

5. Make a second pancake the same way as the first.

6. Assemble the pancakes sandwich style with the egg, Canadian bacon, and cheese slice inside the two pancakes...

Comment #61

OK then. I figured it must be a portion size thing! How much C Bacon do you get for only 15 calories? The ones I looked up would equate to .5 ounce can you even taste it with that little!? And even with that, the sodium was sky high..

So I guess I'd say I'd use this recipe only once in a while...

Comment #62

What I do is the following:.

Mix one packet of pancake mix as listed (plain kind)..

Add: maybe 1oz of chopped ham if that (very small amount, and if you can handle the sodium).

1 sliced scallion.

Sometimes I add a smidge of FF cheese as well and mix together and cook as one pancake..

Cook one egg in cooking spray and add on top and no syrup needed, use the egg yolk..

I use the protein from my lunch for this and do this at least once a weekend, normally if I am going to have a heavy hiking day or doing a long run. Love this!..

Comment #63


You got so many great replies relative to your Pancake question. I had to laugh at a couple of the posts! Nutrisystem people are imaginative! BUT,here's what we do with the pancakes. We mix them according to the package (sometimes, it requires a drip or two extra milk to keep the batter from being too thick). We have found that they cook so much better on a flat electric griddle rather than in a pan on the stove. Seems like the heat is more evenly distributed. The other thing we do is make them in "silver dollar" size, rather than try to get two or three larger ones out of the recipe.

It really is a nice plateful of pancakes. We always use Log Cabin sugar free syrup...delicious. Always add whatever fruit you have in the house. Sliced Bananas, apples, strawberries, a handful of blueberries. We never put butter or margarine on them, they really don't need it.

Anne of Ohio..

Comment #64

I didn't want to read all 70 posts, so I apologize if these ideas were already given - here is how I love to make my pancakes:.

1. instead of using milk, add 1/4 cup egg beaters & pinch of baking powder, To finished pancakes - spread 1 Tsp peanut butter (fat) and sliced bananas (fruit). You can add SF syrup over this if you like..

2. instead of using milk, I add 1/4 cup egg beaters, pinch of baking powder and 1/4 cup apple sauce - then top the finished pancakes with another 1/4 cup apple sauce (for 1 fruit total) and 1/4 cup SF Mrs Butterworths..

Now I really want pancakes!!!..

Comment #65

You know what, Annie of Ohio? You just could not be any cuter! I read that post of yours with the description of how you prepare pancakes, and I swear to goodness, you could be on the Food network next to Ellie Krieger (she used to be the healthy cook on there til they scrapped her show) anyhooooooo, you totally gave great instructions with a whole lot of enthusiasm*...nicely done! Nanc in California.

PS I make my silver dollar size, too! Love em, just as they come..

*Shoot, I forgot to add the most important sound just like your picture there...honest, you do!..

Comment #66

Lynn, one thing I do is add 1/8 teas baking powder, 1/8 teas vanilla and about 1 T chopped pecans. This is really good if you make waffles out of the pancake mix..

Hope this helps...

Comment #67

Wow! who would have thought that my rant about the pancakes would create such a ruckus! Thanks everyone for the recipe ideas and chuckles along the way! I really wish that I had a waffle iron......

Comment #68

I loved the one pancake that I tried, and ordered more for next month. But I had a hard time making more than one pancake, made just one big one. But I just bought two small pancake rings and will try next time to divide the batter into the two rings on the griddle!..

Comment #69

So, I tried them again with a dash of baking powder, splenda, and egg. Unfortunately, I found them to be of similar texture to a fresh-out-of-package dish sponge, and the flavor wasn't that far off. Even after adding a few sprays of I Cant Believe it's not Butter spray, and some SF Smuckers, I found the pancakes to be severely lacking. Much to my surprise, a tiny sprinkle of reduced sodium salt was all they needed to make them palletable this morning. I just have one more package to choke down.....

Comment #70

I am with you Lynn. I have abandoned the Nutrisystem pancakes and use the Fiber One mix. I add vanilla extract and Splenda...

Comment #71

I still haven't seen you tell us what kind of pancakes you normally do like. If you tell us that then it's easier to tell you how to actually fix these to your liking. If you're more used to a buttermilk pancake you should try adding milk that has a splah of lemon juice mixed into it...

Comment #72

Oh - I never thought of trying these in the waffle iron -thanks for the tip!..

Comment #73

Or even use buttermilk instead of FF milk. The calories would virtually be the same. A smidgeon higher, but not anything I would worry about...

Comment #74

Sherilyn, you are absolutely right, I have not specified what pancakes I usually like. I don't necesarily have a favorite, but every pancake I have tried, whether it be a restaurant or mix has been WAAAAAAAAY better than these.

This morning I used my last package of pancake mix to make a bundt cake. I followed the directions exactly, and unfortunately, for me, it was a HUGE FAILURE. Up until now, I have pushed through any meals that I found to be yucky (the BBQ pork Wrap to be the worst other than the pancakes) but I just couldn't do it. I forced myself to eat at least half of it and then I gave up.

It really is a bummer though, I am not a picky person by any stretch of the imagination, and I have found most of the food to be REALLY GOOD. Aaah well, no pancakes for me ever again!.

I would try out that Fiber One mix that was mentioned, but I am trying to stick with Nutrisystem 100% every day!.

P.S., lost another half pound! Woohoo!!! GO NS!..

Comment #75

Oh good lord... I just unearthed another package! Noooooooooooooooo!..

Comment #76

LOL send it to me- I love the pancake mix! I've got a ton of recipes for it in my blog,

Comment #77

I add peaches and cinnamon. Or blueberries and yogurt. Or sugar free applesauce - great texture!.

And I like them plain...

Comment #78

Ok, I cannot find the thread about the Walden Farms zero cal Pancake syrup, but this is a shout out to Cyber Sally...I bought some this morning, swapped out my cinnamon bun* for pancakes and the verdict: a clear winner...thanks so I do not have to use my free 20 cal food for syrup. YIPPEEE!.

Recipe by Susang: (will have tomorrow...yum).

*Cinnamon Bun French Toast.

Tear Nutrisystem cinnamon bun in pieces and put it into a small baking dish sprayed with butter flavored PAM. Scramble 1 egg with a tbsp fat free milk, cinnamon, 1/8 tsp. vanilla, 1 tbsp sugar free maple syrup. Pour the mixture over the cinnamon bun and squish it down until all pieces were soaking. Put it in the refrigerator overnight.

In the morning, take it out, spray the top with I Can't Believe It's Not Butter and bake it for about 30 minutes. Serve it with a splash of sugar free maple syrup...

Comment #79

I absolutely love, love, love the Nutrisystem McGriddle Sandwich. I try to have it almost every weekend. It sure is better than Mc Donalds and healthy too!..

Comment #80

Please, tell me what a McGriddle sandwich is? I will have it Sunday!..

Comment #81

It is an egg mcmuffin but on pancakes instead of a muffin. They are great.

Recipe is in the Recipe Club:.

Loredanas Pancake Breakfast Sandwich.

Counts as 1 breakfast entre + 1 protein serving + free food.


1 Nutrisystem Pancake Mix.

1/3 cup fat-free milk (Loredana uses light vanilla soy milk, but its fine to use regular milk).

1 to 2 tablespoons sugar-free syrup.

1 slice cooked Canadian bacon.

1 slice fat-free American cheese.

Cup Egg Beaters (or similar product).


1. In a small bowl, add milk to pancake mix, and stir until completely blended.

2. Swirl syrup into the pancake batter.

3. Scramble the Egg Beaters in a small pan sprayed with non-stick cooking spray.

4. Pour half the pancake batter into a small skillet sprayed with non-stick cooking spray and cook according to package directions.

5. Make a second pancake the same way as the first.

6. Assemble the pancakes sandwich style with the egg, Canadian bacon, and cheese slice inside the two pancakes...

Comment #82

Yeah, she came back for a short while and left again. Loredana, the Jessies, Carol.....

Comment #83

Thanks so much SusieQ and Losing for the 411 on the McGriddles...I never go into McD's unless it is for a cuppa coffee on the go, so I was clueless..

But it sounds delish...Denny's grand slam was one of my favorite breakfasts...all salty bacon, sweet syrup, pancakes and over easy eggs...all running into each other...omg is right! (I don't have a problem with food touching each other ).

It's on the menu for Sunday...thanks again!..

Comment #84

I really wish you would stop chasing away all the cool kids!..

Comment #85

I just bumped up the thread for the Nutrisystem McGriddles Here's the picture that should tempt anybody!..

Comment #86

I tried putting this on your page, losingw8now aka Monkey Lover...but it did not work...remember these: Fun Fun Fun!..

Comment #87

I had a big problem with Pauls Bundt cake. I made it for the first time last night. Tasted a little corner of it (yummy) and put it in the refrigerator for breakfast this morning.... GONE. Oh yeah. GONE.


I am going to make the crepes next. Hopefully they will not "creep away" before I can eat them.......

Comment #88

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